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I'm resident right in the middle of a very horsey County and hunting to hounds is frequent. We have game shooting around us also, but I don't possess either a horse or a firearm.
Game fishing, however features large in my leisure activities, mostly Salmon & Sea Trout, but this is done in Drab, of course. All salmon are caught , tagged and documented on your annual licence. Just today I have a letter to hand from Inland Fisheries Ireland requesting the return of all unused Salmon tags and my logbook for 2015, otherwise they'll fine me Eur 150 !!
Used to do a fair amount of fly fishing when I lived in Scotland but sadly none over the past few years - a pity as I have a brand new, unused fly rod in the garage. Perhaps, I will get the chance next summer when I visit my parents ... persuade Dad to have a day out.
In the past, we always used to spend part of the summer in the North of Scotland and fished a few of the Highland Lochs - with varying degrees of sucess.
"Denying who you really are, only leads to regrets later in life. Seize the moment because it will never come around again."
I have been reliably informed that I am a much bigger bitch when I am NOT Sara!!!!
Your avatar looks positively slinky. I couldn't make myself look like that in a million years.
Re: Scotland, It always has been expensive and more so now that Sterling has raced away from the Euro.
I'm literally 'hooked' on to chasing after the big speckled fellahs. A look upstream into the gin-clear Corrib waters from the Salmon-weir Bridge in Galway City will ,in season, present you with the sight of thousands of migratory Salmon waiting to shoot the weir just a few hundred yards upstream. However, for my money the salmon-sized brownies readily available from the big Connemara loughs Corrib, Mask & Conn are even tastier than wild Salmon, if that's possible!
OK, they're not as powerful as the migratory King of Fishes, but they generally require lighter tackle.